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Dark Matters – shedding light on cities at night
The glare of almost perpetual digital day light is stealing those all-important fundamental relationships with our nocturnal cities.Learn More
New Director of Lancaster Arts appointed
We are pleased to welcome Jocelyn Cunningham as the new Director of Lancaster Arts from 1st NovemberLearn More
New study provides food carbon footprint pecking order
Dr Stephen Clune, of LICA, and colleagues from RMIT, in Melbourne, have compiled the first comprehensive carbon footprint league table for fresh foodLearn More
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Professor Simon Bainbridge (English and Creative Writing) appeared on The One Show talking about Wordsworth's The Prelude. Watch again after 25 minutes.
Dr Jo Warin (Educational Research) explains how male teachers can help to challenge gender roles in nursery school education in a recent article for 'The Conversation'.
Distinguished Professor Tony McEnery (Linguistics and now at the ESRC) was featured in The Sunday Times and the Sunday Times Online about a Lancaster University study identifying women’s swearing habits. The study was also featured in The Times Scotland, Mail On Sunday, Mail Online, the New York Post, The Times, MSN UK, The Daily Telegraph, the I, iNews and Prima magazine.
Professor Chakravarthi Ram-Prasad (PPR) was interviewed about the Hindu goddess, Lakshmi, on BBC Radio 4’s ‘In Our Time’ programme
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